From Suffering at work to Qualitative Management

Brochure Colloque LFSM-Minkowska

Thursday 10 and Friday 11 December 2015

Espace Reuilly
21 rue Hénard, Paris 12

Thursday 10 December morning (9h30-12h30) : Setting the Scene
Pr Michel Debout / Dr Luis Vasquez
Dr Marie-France Hirigoyen
Dr Laurence Saunder
Dr Serge Bornstein
Dr Roland Coutanceau


Thursday 10 December afternoon  (14h00-18h00) : Problems from suffering at work
Pr Nicolas Combalbert
Marie Peze
Dr Pierre Canouï
Samuel Lemitre
Olivier Tirmarche

Friday 11 December morning (9h30-12h30) Prevention of psycho-social risks

Elodie Montreuil
David Alis
Abdel Halim Boudoukha
Astrid Hirschelmann
Marion Borenstein


Friday 11 December afternoon  (14h00-18h00) : Qualitative Management
Pr Jocelyn Aubut
Dr Patrick Legeron
Dr Eric Albert
Dr Rachid Bennegadi

Conclusion : Dr Boris Cyrulnik / Dr Roland Coutanceau

General Coordination : Nataline Alessandrini
Information and Secretary : Meggy Quinty – Tél. : 01 42 66 20 70
President : Dr Boris Cyrulnik

WASP London

Bandeau WASP Londres 2014

50 years of the WASP in London, from the 13th to the 15th of November, 2014

From the 13th to the 15th of November 2014, London held the Jubilee Congress of the World Association of Social Psychiatry (WASP). As many of you know, the WASP was launched 50 years ago and the Jubilee celebration is the perfect opportunity to share with you the achievements of the association over the years and prepare for the future in the context of an academically stimulating and socially rewarding scientific meeting. In an echo of the past and looking to the future, this congress is co-hosted by the Faculty of Rehabilitation and Social Psychiatry of the Royal College of Psychiatrists. The theme of the congress is Social Psychiatry: past, present and future with an emphasis on the presentation of new research findings, clinical innovations and stimulating discussions of the opportunities for future international collaboration and achievement in our field. Presentations and debates will be organized by renowned personalities in psychiatry and psychology, such as Dr Bennegadi, the Secretary General of the WASP and the President of the AFPS who presented his research on the «The Context of Mental Health and the Future of Social Psychiatry as a Future Approach  in Transcultural Psychiatry ».

Homage to Dr. Marc Habib


Doctor Marc Habib left us last April, the 14th.


An important figure in French psychiatry, he managed the « Association l’Élan retrouvé », an association having contributed to the transformation of the field of French psychiatry under the direction of its creator, Pr Paul Sivadon.

A dedicated partner for social psychiatry, an informed and unanimously recognized clinician, he was also the the previous President of the AFPPS, which soon after became the AFPS.

His clinical expertise, great analytical skills and especially his humor will be greatly missed by our team, and all members of the AFPS can testify to their gratitude for all that he has built and brought to our association

His intelligence and his benevolence will continue to accompany us and inspire us.

The AFPS team pay tribute to his memory and extend support to his family and friends.

CIPA Workshop- January 30th and May 28th, Paris

To Note: thank you for keeping in mind the change in the date of the event, from February 6th to Saturday, January 30th.

International College of Psychoanalysis and Anthropology


Training Courses 2016
Co-hosted by M. Brouta and M.-L. Dimon 

Analyzing the effects of modernity in the clinic :

« Politics of the market and culture in its transfer »

Saturday, January 30th, 2016 from 2pm to 5pm

The effects of politics on the psyche
with Janine Puget and Louis Moreau de Bellaing 

FIAP Jean Monnet
30 rue Cabanis 75014 Paris

Saturday, May 28th, 2016, from 2pm to 5pm

Cultural Transfers
with Daniel Delanoë and Michel Brouta 

Prothestant Institute of Theology
83 Boulevard Arago 75014 Paris